Be up-to-date with the situation of the main IP Offices in Latin America (Covid-19 spread)

ClarkeModet has just published a new information page in which changes announcements on the main IP Offices in Latin America are being updated.

The following information can be found:

- Process availability (On-site and online)

- Exceptional measures taken

- Official note

Latin America IP Offices that are being updated: INPI Argentina, INPI Brazil, INAPI Chile, SIC Colombia, IMPI Mexico, INDECOPI Peru, DNPI Uruguay and SAPI Venezuela. EPO, EUIPO and WIPO are also updated through the link below.

IP & Smart Cities: shaping the future of urban development

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Cities of the future will rely on ICT to enhance their efficency and the services they offer. This Infographic will provide you with basic information regarding Smart Cities, Business opportunities and challenges in Latin America. 

Enhancing tourism experience through IP: smart tourism in Latin America

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Have you ever thought of the benefits of combining new technologies and tourism? This infographic will give you an insight on how to apply Intellectual Property to tourism related business.

IPR in the Chilean Wine Industry

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Chilean wine history began, long ago, with the arrival of Spanish conquerors. Nowadays Chile is considered as one of the best producers of wines and spirits. According to the most recent OIV (International Organization of Wine and Vine), Chile ranked number 9 in overall grape production, number 8th in Wine production and is the number 4 exporter worlwide. here you can find information on IPRs related to Wine production as well as some good practices to adopt when entering the Wine industry in Chile.

How to protect your IPR online

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European SMEs seeking to expand their businesses towards the Latin American region consider the Internet as a preferential channel to do so. With the Internet being such an easy entrance for new products and services, it can also be used by forgers from all over the world as an instrument to sell counterfeit goods or commit any kind of Intellectual Property (IP) frauds.